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Winter Fabric Bowls - Package of 2

$15.00

Skill Level

Beginner

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PATTERN DETAILS

A special value package - 2 Winter fabric bowl patterns for $15. These original design patterns in pdf format include complete written and photo-illustrated instructions as well as full-size patern pieces. Snowflake and Scarf, Cap & Mittens. Have fun with winter decorating and gift-giving. Each set is designed to use 2 fat quarters (18" x 21" pieces of fabric). The bowls are easy to make and can be personalized with decorative stitching or trim. The bowls use 2 contrasting fabrics so that they are reversible. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Use zig-zag stitch on sewing machine SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Snowflakes: Large bowl - 12" wide x 5.5" high, small bowl - 9.5" wide x 4" high Scarf, cap & Mittens: Cap & mittens bowl - 10.5" x 3" high, scarf bowl - 9" x 5" x 2" high

Recommended with this pattern

  • Sewing machine with 5.0mm wide zig-zag stitch
  • Scissors
  • Iron

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textilegiftsbylynnforman
textilegiftsbylynnforman
I have always loved beautiful fabric and interesting shapes. For the last several years I have been creating original design purses, scarves, and fabric bowls using fabric that is fun as well as functional. This has allowed me to combine my passion for sewing with an appreciation of artistic influences from around the world. My most recent venture has been repurposing vintage crochet pieces and antique handkerchiefs or well-loved jeans or t-shirts into individually designed bowls, baskets, or mirrors. Born in New Jersey, I worked for several international companies in the New York area, traveling extensively in Latin America. In 1988 my husband and I moved to Pittsburgh where we raised two daughters, and I volunteered in the Pittsburgh Public Schools.